posted on May, 2 2010 @ 11:54 PM
While I would like to hear any evidence against the claim that these archaeologists found Noah's Ark, this sudden 'confession' of two 'former'
members sounds a bit fishy to me. I don't know about you, but I don't simply buy into it since we don't know if it's a credible source or not. For
all we know it could be conspirators somehow trying to prove this find is false, when it could be true. You are going to need evidence to prove
against the claim. For years, the locals and Scriptures have said of the Ark to be located in the Mountains of Ararat. The claim that the wooden beams
and etc., have been set up just doesn't seem plausible to me. It would take an impossible effort to manage getting all these wooden beams, rooms,
into an area inside ice 4,000 meters above sea level. I really don't think a small organization like this can set this up. There is no logic to it
either, Christians are called not to false witness or lie.. so basically it would be a major contradiction and sin if they set this up. I'm not
trying to be biased in any way, as it seems it might be. I'm simply open minded here, skeptical of the find... yet I think your statement that two
'former members' confessed to this, just doesn't seem like evidence to me. As for the wood, I really don't think it's coincidence that they find
'4,800' year old wood lying there... If wood, preserved in the ice, without the exposure of erosion and air... is able to withstand any type major
damage (plus the fact that it's 4,000 meters above sea level). Remember 'Otzi the Ice-man'? Scientists said he was preserved in the ice for more
than 5,300 years.. yet they could even find the last food he ate 8 hours before his death in his intestines. Why then, couldn't wood survive this
many years preserved in ice? As for now, I'm leaning towards the claim that Noah's Ark was found in Turkey. I might lean away, if I get credible,
non-fraudulent, and undeniable evidence that these claims are false. Just using science and logic here.